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- Angie of YouLookFab discusses linen pants and how to make them work in a business casual office.
- New York Magazine laments the ever-frustrating state of women’s clothes sizes — specifically “alpha sizing” (using S, M, L, etc., instead of numbers). The original Wall Street Journal story is available behind a paywall.
- Forbes announces its list of The World’s Most Powerful Women for 2014.
- Above the Law comments on another annual list, The American Lawyer’s Am Law 200 for 2014.
- And here’s yet another 2014 list to peruse: Working Mother published their list of Best Companies for Multicultural Women.
- In a recent blog post, the Harvard Business Review looks at how a law firm in France has achieved a 50/50 gender balance with its staff.
- New York Magazine looks at a new study that measured participants’ reactions to men and women who speak with “vocal fry.” (If you’ve never heard of it, you’ll probably recognize the description in the article.)
- The New York Times shares some tips for repaying and managing student loans.
And in Kat news: her son Harrison Grant Griffin finally arrived over Memorial Day weekend, surprising everyone when he came into the world weighing 10 lbs 1.2 oz. Welcome to the world, Harry!